Knights Inn Regina
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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The Government House was built in 1891 as the official home for the Lieutenant Governor, who is the Queen's representative for the province. After WWII, the house was converted to a convalescent home, then used as a school. During those times, the all the furniture and household goods ...
... baking was in progress, we got out of the house to visit the Royal Saskatchewan Museum of Natural History. Located in Wascana Park, the museum boasts internationally recognised Earth Sciences, Life Sciences and First Nations Galleries. Another good history lesson to follow our saturday walk with Will.
Back to Pike Av to finish off my 'aussie"pumpkin soup menu addition to the afternoon tea before the friends descended on the celebration. The table groaned ...
We picnicked at a rest stop along Highway 1; the rest stop was a dirt road that widened into road-side parking near some picnic tables and a men's & women's "washroom". It was very nice with a thick stand of tall pines along the roadside. It was unusual to see a tank-type truck back up to the washroom, lower a hose into a hatch alongside the washroom and start pumping. Apparently the soil here doesn't perk ...
... lesson. Paul was really into it so it was fun doing it with him. We then got the snowmobile out and went down to the lake to check out the ice fishing shacks. Owen took us into his one where we got the little fire going and bored the holes in the ice. It was nice and toasty in the shack. He has a fully built one so its an awesome setup, really cool piece of gear. Sarah, Ange, Owen and myself ice fished for a while but with no luck. It was still heaps of fun, we got a ...
... until she fell asleep. When the kids came home this morning, she loved them almost immediately. She quickly let them carry her around and now she wants them almost as much as she wants me. Tomorrow we'll try to go to church, probably the 10:00 service. Steve and I are really missing it. Thanks to everyone for reading and for your encouraging comments. God has taken such good care of us and He has brought Lily safely home where she belongs. Praise ...